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A New Toyota Invention Could Be A Sell Signal For Precious Metals

A new invention by Toyota could bring turmoil for the precious metal markets. Today, the world’s largest automaker (officially, until a few months ago, unofficially now) announced a new, smaller catalyst that it says “uses 20% less precious metal in …
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Invention could help diabetics with safer, surer insulin injections

Insulin injection, if you’ve never done it, takes two hands. One hand holds the insulin injector. The other hand pinches the skin, to form a bulge so the hormone enters fat under the skin while avoiding muscle, where it can be absorbed quickly enough to …
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This invention by a British student could save millions of lives across the world

A 22-year-old British student has invented a mobile fridge that could save millions of lives across the world. Will Broadway’s “Isobar” has been designed to keep vaccines at the ideal temperature while in transit in developing countries. And Will doesn’t …
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This Invention Turns CO2 Into Fuel And Could Cause Oil Producers A Big Headache

SolarCity Corp (NASDAQ: SCTY), First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) and Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) are not the only big disruptors in the energy world. Scientists at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) are also playing a big role. Last week, the …
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Inventions: That Could Have Changed the World…But Didn’t!

  • Inventions That Could Have Changed the World But Didn t
The fascinating stories of inventions that could have changed the world, should have made a difference, or would have astounded us all, but for one reason or another, didn’t. Some inventions were too wacky, weird, or unwieldy. Other simply didn’t work. And still others may be the next big thing . . . some day. Learn about the inventors, what they thought they would accomplish, and what--if anything--they did accomplish. Zany illustrations of the contraptions in use throughout.

Could famed N.J. hacker’s invention bring self-driving car to your garage?

Late last year, Glen Rock native and renowned hacker George Hotz, who became the first person to jailbreak an iPhone as a 17 year old, unveiled a self-driving car he built in his San Francisco garage from a retro-fitted Acura. His next project aims to …
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